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Fire safety training courses from MG Fire Safety Consultants

We offer 100% money back guarantee!  – If  all your staff do not believe they have received a good quality training course, then we will give you your money back – “No questions asked!” 

Let our specialists provide your business with suitable Fire Safety Training Courses. Call us now on 07795 432 976 for a free consultation

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Fire safety legislation requires that “The responsible person” must ensure that his employees are provided with        suitable and sufficient safety training. MG Fire Safety Consultants are able to deliver a number of fire safety related training courses, through tried and tested training packages. Currently the courses being delivered to date are:

The delivery of these courses are undertaken by experienced trainers, who have a minimum of 25 years operational experience within a UK fire service or joint military background. Our instructors have a minimum
qualification of “Preparing to Teach in the Lifelong Learning Sector” (PTLLS), to Level 4.

Fire Warden/Marshall

Course Objectives:

Fire legislation, Chemistry of combustion and development principles, Fire fighting procedures, Causes of fires and their prevention, Emergency lighting and Fire Escape Routes, Fixed fire fighting installations, Evacuation assembly point and fire drills, Fire alarms, Fire hazards, Routine fire safety inspections and maintaining a fire log, Risk assessment awareness, Fire Extinguishers (theory and practical)

Who should attend?

A course designed to provide an insight into fire regulations and precautions and enable attendees to carry out the duties of a Fire Warden or Fire Marshall. This course will help fulfil their obligations under the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005. This course is suitable for those who are responsible for overseeing fire safety, designated Fire Warden or Marshall and anyone who needs to know how to use a fire extinguisher.

Fire Safety Awareness

 Course Objectives:

Simple Legislation, Chemistry of combustion, Fire spread, Common causes of fire, Safety features within buildings, Action on discovering a fire, Action on hearing a fire alarm, Method of operating a manual call point, Means of summoning the fire and rescue service, Identify those specifically responsible for fire safety management, Fire risks and fire safety measures within the premises, Extinguisher recognition and use (theory and practical)

Who should attend?

All employers and employees in the UK who have a legal obligation to meet the Regulatory Reform (fire safety) Order 2005.

Use of Fire Extinguishers
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 Course Objectives:

Theoretical descriptions and specification of the types of equipment, Description of the class of fires, Practical use of fire extinguishers, Pre-engagement action, Fire extinguisher checks

Who should attend?

This course is designed specifically for those who wish to have an insight into the use of fire extinguishers and the techniques involved, in order to enhance operators competency. Candidates will have the opportunity to set off extinguishers outside under controlled conditions.  Ideal for those high risk locations such as kitchens, use of hazardous materials, heavy Industrial plant and process or where personnel need to know how to use a fire extinguisher (e.g. care staff, service engineers etc).

Fire Training for Managers or Responsible Persons

Course Objectives:

Fire legislation, The duties empowered to them by legislation, Principles of the Fire Risk Management, Contents within a Suitable Fire Risk Assessment.

Who should attend?

The Fire Safety for Managers course has been designed for those who manage the fire safety for a company or premises.  This course discusses the legal requirements of a company under the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005, and the role of the Fire Safety Manager under the order, and gives them the necessary information, knowledge and training for them to be competent to manage the facility.

Evacuating Persons with Physical Impairments

Course Objectives:

Principles of the Fire Risk Management, Building areas deemed as relative safety, Principles of building refuges and how to use evacuation equipment (e.g. rescue chairs, sheets, mattresses etc)

Who should attend?

The course will establish the importance of how to deal with those persons that have physical impairments in the event of a building evacuation.

Fire Building Evacuation

Course Objectives:

Fire evacuation principles, Give you the skills to assess what you currently do and Identify problem areas, Validate suitable procedures to deal with disabled persons, business continuity or valuable assets

Who should attend?

Evacuating a building may not be as straightforward as it seems and is a legal requirement to carry out evacuation tests as part of your fire safety strategy, which will be detailed in your Fire Risk Assessment.  You should have trained Fire Warden’s that will perform evacuation procedures, but does this work sufficiently?  Evacuation training will allow you to compile an evacuation plan, implement scenarios to make these more realistic and what the potential problems that may occur that you need to look out for.

Fire Risk Assessor – Level 2

Course Objectives:

Understand the importance of risk assessments, Outline the reasons for conducting fire risk assessments, Outline the main legislation relating to fire risk assessments, Understand the principles of controlling the risks from fire, Identify the main fire hazards in the workplace, List fire prevention and protection arrangements, Understand how a fire risk assessment is undertaken, Describe the stages of a fire risk assessment, Outline the circumstances in which a fire risk assessment should be reviewed.

Who should attend?

This course is designed specifically for those who wish to have an insight into undertaking fire risk assessments on simple structures.

Bespoke or specialist training courses

We have designed several courses specifically for certain business types as these have more specific requirements when it comes to training. These courses are for Fire Safety on Construction Sites, Fire Safety in Hotels and Fire Safety in Residential Care Homes. If your business is not covered by these, please contact us to discuss your requirements further.

The delivery of these courses are undertaken by experienced trainers, who have a minimum of 25 years operational experience within a UK fire service or joint military background. Our instructors have a minimum qualification of “Preparing to Teach in the Lifelong Learning Sector” (PTLLS), to Level 4.

Let our specialists provide your business with suitable Fire Safety Training Courses. Call us now on 07795 432 976 for a free consultation